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Honor roll: Week's best performances in San Mateo County
April 29, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Gerardo Castro, El Camino track

The senior, who burst on the scene last season, won twice at the Serra Top 7 Invitational Saturday. Castro captured both the 800 and 1,600 races. He ran the two-lap 800 with a time of 1:55.91. In the four-lap 1,600, he crushed the field. His time of 4:26.91 was nearly five seconds faster than the second-place finisher.

Ricky Grau, Sacred Heart Prep track.

The senior won both hurdles races at the Serra Top 7 Invitational Saturday. He won the 100 high hurdles in a time of 16.34 and later grabbed the 300 hurdles title, posting a time of 41.98.

Analisa Crowe, Menlo-Atherton track

The sophomore is on track to be a force this year and going forward. She won the 800 in a time of 2:21.60 and finished second in the 1,600 with a time of 5:14.15 at the Serra Top 7 Invitational Saturday.

Sara Slavsky, Burlingame softball

The sophomore helped the Panthers to their first Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division win of the season as she held a potent Hillsdale side to just one run on three hits in a 4-1 Burlingame win.

Matt Lopez, Sequoia baseball

The junior second baseman was a big reason the Cherokees swept the season series from Mills last week. Lopez rapped out six hits in two games against the Vikings, with a double and RBI in wins of 8-3 and 10-0.

Rory McDaid, Capuchino baseball

McDaid pitched a complete game, striking out nine Woodside batters and held the Wildcats to just two hits in an 11-0 Capuchino win.

Christina Patton, Woodside softball

The senior pitcher put on a dominant display in a 6-1 win over Aragon. Patton struck out 14 in a complete-game, two-hitter over the Dons.

Tyler Fuss, College of San Mateo baseball

Fuss held Chabot to just five hits over eight-plus innings, making one run stand for a 1-0 win over the Gladiators, snapping their 22-game winning streak.

 

 

 

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